Monday the 19th
20:00 Film: Richard Wilhelm and the I Ching. Wisdom of Changes. By Bettina Wilhelm.
The film tells the story of Richard Wilhelm from today’s perspective of Wilhelm’s granddaughter. She explores his eventful life during a time of dramatic change and the influence the profound, humane and timeless Chinese wisdom of the I Ching which can still serve as a guide in our own volatile times.
Above: Picture from the website for the film: http://www.wisdom-of-changes-i-ching-the-movie.com/
Tuesday the 20th
20:00 The Rest is Silence. A Staged Reading of Selected Letters Between Freud andJung.
With Margaret Klenck, MDiv, LP (JPA, PAJA), Elliot Adler, PhD, ABPP, Allison F. Avery, MA (JPA), William Baker, PsyD (JPA), Louise de Costa, PhD.
A collaboration between 3 Jungians and 2 Freudians, this staged reading brings to life the complex, and ‘complexed’ relationship between Freud and Jung during those tumultuous years 1906-1912 through an exploration of their letters.
Wednesday the 21st
20:00 Film: On the Feminine. Marion Woodman in a talk with Ingela Romare (AGAP)
On a balcony in Zürich Marion Woodman meets with the Swedish film director and Jungian analyst Ingela Romare.In a warm and lively talk (in 3 parts) Marion tells about her view on the Feminine, the Soul to Soul Relation and the Importance of Imagination.
Thursday the 22nd
17:15 Theatre: A performance of Scenes from Jung’s Red Book
with Murray Stein (SGAP, AGAP, CSJA), Paul Brutsche (SGAP, AGAP), Dariane Pictet (AGAP, SGAP, IGAP)and John Hill (AGAP, SGAP)
20:00 Film: Voluspa: The Prophecy of the Seeress. By Laurie Layton Schapira (NYAAP)
An ancient Viking Seeress predicts the destruction of the world. Her voice reaches across the centuries to tell us of the perils of our own time.Can we heed her dire warnings ? Two parallel stories – mythic and modern – intertwine in this 40 minute film based on Voluspa (Old Norse for The Prophecy of the Seeress), the first in a compilation of epic poems called the Poetic Edda first recorded in Iceland a thousand years ago. Read more on www.cassandra-productions.com
Above: Picture from the film. For further information see http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2123328/
20:00 (parallel with the film) Theatre: On the Doorstep of the Castle, a play with music and dance by Elizabeth Clark-Stern, Featuring Lindsey Rosen and the author.
Our setting is 16th century Spain. The Inquisition has expelled the Jews or forced them to convert.Teresa of Avila is igniting the imagination of the country as the nun who receives messages directly from God. A young Jewish converso appears on Teresa’s doorstep, petitioning to become a novice in her care. Their relationship explores the feminine archetypes of the Amazon, and the Medial Woman, and foundations of psyche’s movement toward wholeness: Kabbalah, and Christian rapture, in an oppressive yet luminous time.